This program is only available to viewers in Southern California (excluding San Diego County) from October 1, 2020 at 12pm PT to October 31, 2020 at 11:59pm PT. Click here to watch the program in Eventive.
Ranging from a fly-fisher fighting for conservation, to a beloved L.A. Chinatown bakery, to traditional Japanese flower arranging; these nonfiction works show how creative passion meets legacy and discipline.— Eseel Borlasa
Join us on Friday, October 9, 2020 at 3pm PT for C3: Art & Craft, an artist conversation featuring the filmmakers and special guests. RSVPs open the Thursday before the event. Click here to learn more.
What makes an ordinary bowl beautiful? Korean Canadian ceramic artist Minjae Lee explores the influences on his functional wares, searching for purpose in his art.
A lifelong angler, Autumn Harry had never fished beyond the waters of her reservation — until she picked up a fly rod.
Despite the taboos surrounding traditional horimono tattoos in Japan, a group of tattooed pilgrims practice a centuries-old, holy mountain pilgrimage where their tattoos are celebrated.
A Japanese Canadian elder reconciles her past and rediscovers a small part of her heritage through traditional Japanese flower arranging: ikebana.
For over 80 years, the Chan family has made sweets for the sweet at Chinatown’s Phoenix Bakery.
Pow! Wow! Worldwide, an artist collective, travels to Japan.
An experimental documentary on queer East Asian diasporic culture, following the story of Vancouver-based drag artist, Maiden China.
Join us for an artist conversation with the filmmakers of the nonfiction works featured in the short film program “Art & Craft” to discuss how their creative passion meets legacy and discipline.